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PC TV You could hypothetically do that but it would require purchasing some expensive equipment and the setup would be somewhat complicated. In addition, you need a satellite receiver set top box to receive the satellite signal. You cannot use your computer as a satellite receiver. The easiest way to accomplish what you want is to buy a TV tuner card, tune the tuner card to channel 3 or 4, then attach the satellite receiver to the tuner card. Or you can purchase a video card that has RCA inputs and hook up the satellite receiver that way. You can convert your PC to a TV, but you cannot convert it into a satellite receiver. And last but not least, and even easier, you can purchase software for 50 bucks that will allow you to tune into hundreds of satellite tv channels vis the internet. Go to the following website to read more about this option: http://www.satellitetvtopc.com/
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Answer Satellite television gives viewers many more viewing options than cable television. Some of these are: * Sports: Nobody can watch the amount of …sports coverage available on satellite TV. Almost every game of every sport can be seen. Everything from college sports to professional sports is accessible. Most of these are also in the unscrambled version and thus free of cost. * Education: Premium courses as well as college lectures can be seen. Courses of the graduate level are also available. You can watch these to improve your education or sometimes even to gain credits. * News: Live broadcast can be viewed. Even the gory and explicit stuff is shown live before the edits and cuts. Catch the action as it happens; something that can never be seen on cable television. * Space Stuff: There is at least one full time NASA channel on satellite television. These give you 24-hour coverage and not just the launch and little news snippets as on cable television. You can also see the various activities and experiments conducted by NASA. * International TV: Satellite TV gives you access to Mexican TV (with subtitles) and also Canadian TV, which is considered by some to be much better than American TV. * Business Programs: Many meetings, conferences, and conventions of various enterprises and businesses can be viewed through satellite systems. Although these are scrambled so as not to be accessible, there are still a lot that are not scrambled and can be seen. * Audio Channels: All kinds of music can be sourced using the satellite dish. AM, FM radio, talk shows, and 24-hour music channels can be availed of. You can end up listening to your satellite TV more than seeing it. Not possible with cable television. * Edited Stuff: Many shows and programs never make it to cable television and are discarded. These shows can be seen on satellite television. A lot more stuff such as lotteries, dog racing, court trials, etc can be seen on satellite television which would not be possible through cable television.
It is unlikely. Most portable televisions do not have the right hook ups to be connected to the equipment.
You wouls use s-video or an rca plug
I have an s video cable and i want to hook it up so i can connect my tv and laptop my laptop has an s video input but my tv doesn't what do i do?
RadioShack and bestbuy and other electronic specialty stores, have s-video coverters, that can allow you to plug in through RF or RCA.
Here are the steps in connecting your receiver to the tv. 1 - check your audio/video cables (usually white and red for audio and yellow for video) 2 - attach the… video cable from the video output jack of your satellite receiver to your tv video input jack 3 - connect the audio cables from the audio output of your receiver to your tv audio input jacks
There are a couple of ways to do it though I would recommend one over the other. The satellite box will have RCA connections on the back, yellow red and white. Take those to t…he same color connections on the back of your TV, noting what the input connections are labeled as on the TV so you can select it with your remote. Hook up your antenna to the RF/Coaxial In connection In the menu of your TV, select "Off-Air" or "Broadcast" for the coax connection and do a channel search/save. If you want to watch something off your sat box, just select what input you hooked it up to in the back. This question was answered with the assumption that your TV has RCA connections, most do, but if not then re-post with specifics/progress etc.
yes, because they are both different services.
yes. as long as you have 2 tv sets. if you only have 1 tv set then you need to unplug 1 service before you use the other service and vice versa
yes, if the little block/pin on the PSP end will fit into your laptop it is absolutely safe to use it as a video/audio cable. THANKS!!
You own all wiring from the "customer side" of the cable box to the inside of your house, regardless of who installed it.
If you are trying to get just music/sound then you just need a cable with rca cables on one end and headphone jack on the other end, plug into the red and white INPUT on your …tv then put your TV onto the correct channel usually called input 1, input 2, video, aux, etc. Then you are ready to play music. If you have an audio output on your tv, you can play the music through your surround, you can also plug directly into your surround sound with the same cable as the tv. The cable that you need comes with most portable DVD players, video cameras, and digital cameras. So you should check if you have one instead of going out to walmart or best buy and spending 10-15 dollars.this is the cable here is the link to the best buy page with the cable http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Dynex%26%23174%3B+-+6'+Mini-to-RCA+Stereo+Audio+Cable/9222352.p?id=1218062425208&skuId=9222352
i THINK there are two ways for different kinds of ways.(I might be wrong so dont hate and try lol) First look in the back of the TV you can find a place to plug the HD cables …into it. Another way is to plug it into your DVD player. I dont really know because my TV already has HD on it
It depends on the age of the television but the method is similar for new and old televisions. The cable box will almost certainly have both an HDMI output and a composite vi…deo output (on three RCA connectors). If the television has an HDMI input (it will be marked as "HDMI" on the input) then connect and HMDI cable from the box to the television. Older televisions don't have HDMI so the best connection will probably be composite video with separate audio links. These are three RCA connectors normally colored yellow, red and white. If you have both connectors, use the HDMI as it provides far better quality in standard definition and is normally the only port that supports high definition, if the cable box and television handle HD of course.
it could from the socket either bad or not grounded right. the cable could be acting as ground pathway to your tv blowing out the main board. A2 The cable acts as an antenna a…nd can build up a static charge, when not connected. The act of connecting it, earths it and may cause a spark. This usually harmless. (do not mess with it during an electrical storm).
If your TV has the available ports on the back; Coax, Video, AV, Comp, or HDMI; you can connect both services. You can cycle through your inputs settings to get from one type …service to the other. It is all dependent on the receivers and the type connection used between the receivers and your TV. This is no different than connecting a DVD or any other component to your TV.